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That’s what election experts expected. Critics suggest units more about politics than finding fraud.
Transfer of small lot into federal trust has big implication’s for tribe’s economic authority.
Biden administration plans to ask the Supreme Court to reinstate student debt cancellation plan.
The U.N.’s Day of 8 Billion milestone Tuesday is more symbolic than precise.
Twitter has been a bit of a mess lately.
Fate of the House was still uncertain as the GOP struggled to pull together a slim majority there.
WASHINGTON — Republicans inched closer to a narrow House majority Wednesday, while control of the Senate hinged on a few tight races in a midterm… Continue reading
WASHINGTON — Control of Congress hung in the balance early Wednesday, with both parties notching victories in some of the most competitive races in a… Continue reading
From “advance voting” to “too close to call.”
Former chair of Congressman’s campaign says staff ignored calls to watch TV, let lobbyists pen bills
Candidates discuss Arctic security, climate change and public safety at AFN debate
Democratic incumbent Mary Peltola takes on three conservative challengers at friendly AFN convention
Four-term U.S. senator who won 2010 write-in campaign again facing strong challenge from the right
Democrat a longshot in U.S. Senate race, but one of her Republican opponents needs her voters to win
If approved by regulators, the deal is expected to close in early 2024.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which recommends how vaccines are used, also signed off.
By pardoning Americans with federal convictions for marijuana possession, President Joe Biden said he aimed to partially redress decades of anti-drug laws that disproportionately harmed… Continue reading
Grants to replace culverts impeding streams available to tribal, local and state governments
Russians more commonly try to enter the U.S. through Mexico.
Food for vets bill passes House, pollster says she is “the most popular figure in Alaska right now.”